The City of Andalucian Traditions

Bullfighting and flamenco dancing might seem an odd couple, but in Seville, all the Andalucian traditions come together in seamless style.

Tapas is another, of course, and Seville arguably does it better than anywhere else in the region– with a charming bar or quaint eatery seemingly on every one of the city’s narrow, medieval streets. Exploring the city on foot reveals picturesque, romantic squares and sublime art and architecture from the baroque and renaissance periods. But there’s modernity here too – and a late, lively nightlife.

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